Your Family Dentist

Family Dentistry Arlington TX

Stephen Ratcliff, Family & Cosmetic Dentistry, is a family dentistry practice in Arlington TX. You will find our family dentist at 909 W Mitchell St, Arlington, TX. We serve the 76013 zip code with family dentistry. Our specialties include teeth whitening and clear braces. We also often perform a restorative dentistry, and cosmetic dentistry. Family […]

Does My Arlington TX Dentist Treat Bad Breath?

Family Dentistry Arlington TX

When my Arlington TX family dentistry clients ask me if mouthwash cures bad breath, I tell them that treating bad breath with a mouthwash is like drenching yourself with cologne instead of taking a shower. Mouthwash is only a temporary mask for odor caused by poor oral hygiene, tongue bacteria, or digestive problems. The best-selling […]

Prevention-Oriented Dentistry

Family Dentistry Fort Worth

Are you a Fort Worth area parent of young children? Do you want them to develop better oral hygiene habits than you did when you were young? Perhaps you have a beautiful smile and want to prevent tooth decay. Many Fort Worth people have a mouth full of fillings and don’t want to add another […]

Pregnancy And Oral Health In Arlington

Family Dentistry Arlington TX

In today’s Stephen Ratcliff, Family & Cosmetic Dentistry blog we will discuss how pregnancy impacts your dental health. I am Dr. Stephen Ratcliff and I want all expectant mothers in the Arlington TX area to realize the importance of good oral hygiene during pregnancy. Because of the changes going on in a pregnant woman’s body there […]

Tooth Ache Pain The Size of Fort Worth

Family Dentistry Fort Worth

Family dentistry patients often come into our dental practice and complain about ‘a toothache the size of Fort Worth’. I understand this kind of pain, and realize that when you describe it like that, it really hurts. I can help. Tooth ache pain for anyone near Fort Worth can be unbearable. At the very least, […]

Healthy Baby Teeth For Fort Worth Toddlers

Family Dentistry Fort Worth

Though we don’t often think about it, Fort Worth children as young as 9 or 10 months of age can be infected with cavity producing bacteria, which causes cavities and tooth decay. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that almost 20% of children 2-5 have untreated cavities, and the percentage rises in […]